The Charlemagne Ball


Saturday, February 26, 2022
6:00pm - 10:00pm
Scissortail Ballroom, Tulsa

“If music be the food of love; then play on!”

—Duke Orsino
Shakespeare's Twelfth Night


In the not-too-distant past, it was oft said that if you went to the waltz, you might just fall in love. A simpler time, courtship and romance was a game played not in the ethereal, digital realm, but rather on the ballroom floor. And, too, this game not only represented the culture of an age past, but a worldview: a way of seeing the relationship between man and woman, and indeed, a way of seeing the relationship between God and man.


Join the Diocese of Tulsa for a romantic evening of fine dining and formal dancing, hosted by the Alcuin Institute! Registration for the evening includes a cocktail hour, formal five-course dinner, a brief waltz demonstration, and two hours of dancing, complete with live orchestra!


Tickets for the event can be purchased for $50 per person. Additional dance lessons will be held from 7-8pm at the Scissortail Ballroom on 2/2, 2/16, and 2/23; enrollment in these lessons costs $20 per session, and can be done online when purchasing tickets. Dress for the evening is formal waltz attire.


For additional information, or to ask questions about ticketing, lessons, or other details, please contact Mr. Eli Stone at!


Wine will be served at this event

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